Culture

March 25, 2014

Suppressing Traumatic Memories Could Be Good for You
12:26 PM

But some psychologists are questioning the conclusions of a controversial new French study.

China's Dan Brown is a Subtle Subversive
11:49 AM

The writer who goes by the pen name Mai Jia is the most popular author in the world you’ve never heard of. 

Dan Snyder Acknowledges Existence of People He Prefers to Slur
9:50 AM

Washington football team owner made a fatal error in his latest effort to resist changing his team's name: He acknowledged the continued existence of Native Americans.

March 24, 2014

The 2014 Winner of the Pritzker Prize is Revolutionizing Architecture

Globalization, climate change, and digital technology have thoroughly reshaped architecture as a profession and as an art. 2014 Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban is leading the revolution. 

This Isn't the Return of the Cold War. It's Worse.
4:34 PM

Looking at the crisis in Crimea as a return to Soviet obscures more than it clarifies

The Atheists' Case for Fighting Poverty
3:29 PM

In a new survey of countries around the world and states of the U.S., religiosity correlates with social dysfunction. So if you're sick of public religiosity, fight poverty and oppression.

March 23, 2014

A Reagan-Appointed Judge Weighed in for Same-Sex Marriage in Michigan

The Supreme Court can already hear the legal drumbeat on same-sex marriage.

What Zuckerberg Hath Wrought
The tech-world teenyboppers who are gobbling up millions
7:00 PM

READ: Noam Scheiber on The Brutal Ageism of Silicon Valley

The Brutal Ageism of Tech
Years of experience, plenty of talent, completely obsolete

6:45 PM

A behind-the-scenes report from the most ageist place in America: Silicon Valley.

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